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Don’t miss our experts in a live webinar as they help you understand the differences of FDA requirements and provide added insight on how to obtain/maintain compliance.


Dec 09, 2021, 14:00


Dec 09, 2021, 15:00



As the dietary supplement industry continues to grow, compliance to the standard is being evaluated on a specified basis. From vitamins in the form of gummies to protein bars fortified with healing properties, it is important to understand what compliance looks like. Some ongoing gaps in dietary supplement compliance surround product specification, supplier and testing requirements. Join us as we seek to bridge some of those areas with insights from the field and suggestions of some best approaches.


Determine how a product qualifies for a specific regulation (111 or 117). Identify in both regulations, the aspects that are the same and different. Learn how to be compliant in those areas unique to the specific regulation. This event will touch on product labeling as well as manufacture and package-handling protocols. Through testing each product will be confirmed to meet label claims and be complaint with various regulatory needs.

The goal is to educate on the differences of FDA requirements and provide added insight on how to obtain/maintain compliance. Testing for both the needs of the label components (nutritional facts panel) and testing for contaminants are vital components for monitoring product quality. 


  • Introduction
  • How do you qualify for 21 CFR 111 or 21 CFR 117?
  • What are the key differences between the regulations? Similarities?
    • Product specs
    • Job descriptions outlined
    • Supplier requirements
    • Testing requirements
  • Parameters of nutritional panel testing
  • Contaminant testing in both raw ingredient materials and final product - heavy metals (USP232), pesticide testing (USP561) and residual solvents
  • Q&A

Target Audience

This webinar is aimed at new and current businesses of any size that are manufacturing, processing, holding or distributing dietary supplements.


Wanda Hampton - Auditor, SGS
Wilson Chan - Laboratory Manager, SGS
Lina Bush - Northeast Regional Sales Manager, SGS

Can't make a live session?

Register now and receive a complimentary recording after the live event.

For further information, please contact:

Michelle Lee
Marketing Specialist, Food
t: +1 201 508 3065